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Are mailing lists starving to death in the Facebook-and-LinkedIn era? Me, I hope not. I find a mailing list hugely more usable, mainly because it's so easy to filter and archive posts.
>>> Dan Goldstein <DGoldstein -at- cytomedix -dot- com> 13/02/14 09:51 >>>
If list traffic is slow, it means that thousands of new tech writers aren't aware of the list's existence. In theory, someone other than the moderators could volunteer to spread the good word. (Our wonderful and dedicated moderators make sure that the list runs smoothly, and that's already a lot.)
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